QNET is a direct selling company based out of Hong Kong that’s been around for more than 20 years. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 25% of new businesses make it to 15 years or more and approximately 20% of new businesses fail in the first two years of being open. In that sense, Qnets’ longevity says a lot about them.

They are also a part of the Direct Selling Association whose mission is to ensure the members’ company’s, products, and direct selling opportunity is conducted in the highest level of business ethics. If they were really a hoax or a scam then would they be a part of that organization?

What makes QNET stand out from other companies is their approach and scale. They’re unique because they took the principles of direct selling and combined them with the principles of e-commerce. They work with more than 30 brands, have officers and agents in 100 countries, customer support in 12 languages, and 6 distribution hubs. QNET entrepreneurs have access to a wealth of tools and connections when it comes to training and networking.

What do we know about scams? When research is done, there’s not much information about them, and they are not associated with anything or anyone. Qnet is a global company. They’ve partnered with some of the most reputable sports teams in the world. Such as Manchester City FC, The Confederation of African Football, Petaling Jaya City Football Club, and The Malaysian Hockey Confederation. They’re also a part of the United Nations Global Compact which is the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative targeting corporate transparency and accountability. Not only that but they have replaced any regular plastic packaging with greener alternatives, aiming to be plastic-free by 2025. Read more: https://www.firstpost.com/india/qnet-scam-should-multi-level-marketing-companies-operate-in-india-or-shut-shop-3277148.html